Saturday, June 27, 2009











More MOMA - here I merely show the random patrons. The subject sitting with the cell phone showed no interest in art, more in her mobile. C'est la AT&T. The blond woman in the bottom is a starlet, she was in the last Harry Potter movie and played a hippie like girl that helped fight off the Lord. No one else recognized her. She and her friend took a lot of photos. She used her flash, a no no.

The woman framing the Pollock had great legs. There is young lady in front of a dark Picasso holding a device up to her ear - somehow these radios provide commentary regarding the art. They make it harder for me to photograph and avoid them. Camera use is also distracting to compositions, but the use also allows me to be less secretive when I take candids. The BlackBerry does make a clicking sound when a picture is taken.

Nothing is posed.

I like the two top pictures the best, and the Pollock.

7 comments:

Mick said...

Let the girls sing! :)

The Green Stone Woman said...

I like all your MOMA pictures. It must be the light there. I like the one of the starlet and the fourth one down from it. I guess I like slightly blurred, but recognizable pictures. I'm so conventional. So bourgeois. I shouldn't even be allowed to look at these.

ladybug-zen said...

this is yummy. my favorite is the 8th one down. love the smear of colors. very pretty.

jgy said...

Neon green,
ruby red,
turquoise turquoise.
You are painting with your BB!

Saturday in MOMA, you'd think it was almost the 4th of July....
!

I am going link crazy now that I know how to link, I will highlight you in the Pino Noir post:)

jgy said...

it worked but I need to change it to a nicer blue.
now my favorite word,
adieu!

Lisa Sarsfield said...

I like the read one best and your commentary on all of them. I'm so pleased you have found this creative outlet:)
Taking photos in art galleries, museums and exhibitions are big no-no's here, flash or no flash!

Lisa Sarsfield said...

I like the read one best and your commentary on all of them. I'm so pleased you have found this creative outlet:)
Taking photos in art galleries, museums and exhibitions are big no-no's here, flash or no flash!